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Portico 

Volume 5 1 







O President's Message 




Bay Path College 

18 9 7 - 19 9 7 
A Legacy of Leadership 



As students during our Centennial year at Bay Path College, you will be distinguished as 
those who ushered in our institution's second century of service. Together with the 
extraordinary women and men of Bay Path who have preceded you, you will carry on a 
tradition of seizing every day to its fullest and envisioning its possibilities. It will be the 
unified efforts of our students, alumnae /i, faculty, and staff that will keep Bay Path vibrant 
in the next century. 

Your work on and off the campus — in clubs and organizations as well as in the larger 
community as volunteers — has enriched us all. Your vigorous pursuit of knowledge and 
self discovery has been rewarding to our community of scholars Each time you raised a 
thought -provoking question, you offered opportunity for both student and professor to 
exchange ideas and learn. This is the essence of education. 

Keep alive your spirit of creativity. Through this ability to see possibilities as yet unseen, 
you will find solutions to problems and build understanding. 

To our graduates, we hope you will return to Bay Path often for our homecomings and 
other special events in the years to come It is always rewarding to faculty and staff to be 
able to learn of your successes and the impact of your Bay Path education upon not only 
the quality of your life, but on the quality of life of those you help 

Share your Bay Path skills in leadership, communication, and technology and you will 
make a better world In this way, you will bridge the generations that have created our 
"Legacy of Leadership" over the past 100 years All of us in the Bay Path community 
thank you for sharing a part of your life with us and offer our best wishes to you always. 



Carol A Leary 
President 




Longmeadow Street • Longmeapow, Massachusetts 01106 • TFiFrno^E (4 n> 567-0621 • F-\> (413) $67-9334 



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Bay Path College 

18 9 7 ~ 19 9 7 
A Legacy of Leadership 



PORTICO DEDICATION 

'The greatest good that any person can do 

is to inspire a love for the higher life 

in the mind of another." 

Author Unknown 



Bay Path's themes of Leadership, Communication, and Technology have been touchstones in our 
academic and social lives for the past few years. As students and women, we have been 
challenged to think critically and to be responsive to the ever-changing world and technological 
society in which we live. We have been encouraged and helped to express ourselves clearly and 
with conviction. We are grateful to each of our professors for giving of themselves in and outside 
of the classroom. 

Bay Path College deems it an honor to dedicate the 1998 PORTICO to a faculty member who has 
touched our lives in very special ways. She started out on the first day of English composition by 
assigning a paper to be done on the computer This made college English a lot different from high 
school English. As we got to know this woman better, we realized that the traditional generation 
gap was not present. She was up-to-date on all the current student fads, expressions, and jargon 
She made learning fun by illustrating ideas and concepts using her own life experiences What 
pictorial gifts she has given to her students! As a world traveler, she has shared many of her 
travel experiences with us in words, photographs, and literature 

She is passionate about the following: her mother, teaching, the game of golf, fresh flowers, cats, 
her Buick, travel, summer vacation, the game of solitaire (only on the computer), and most 
importantly, Paul Fox. She is noted for her outstanding memory for students' names, her 
cheerfulness, a radiant smile, an extraordinary love of good literature, a thirst for knowledge, her 
infectious laugh, and a frank and honest opinion about everything 

Mrs. Janet Fox, you are our professor, coach, mentor, and friend and we, the members of the Bay 
Path community, dedicate the 1998 edition of the PORTICO to you with our gratitude and love 

Thank you for being such a special person in our lives Congratulations on your 20 year 
anniversary at Bay Path College We are proud to be among your successes 1 



Longmeadow Street • Loncmeadow, m kssachusetts ono6 • Telephone (413) 567-0621 -Fa> (413) $67-9334 



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A Legacy of Leadership 



As the 1997-98 academic year ends, I would like to say thank you to several people for their 
support and encouragement in the process of completing the 1998 PORTICO. 

Special thanks go to Dean Marcia Conrad for listening to the numerous ideas and making 
suggestions along the way. I would also like to thank Ms. Christine Polak for guiding me with 
calm understanding and sanity as she worked with us through this task I would also like to offer 
gratitude to Mr. Matthew Fenn, our Josten's representative, The Grenier Photographers, my 
roommate and friend, Ann Langan, and my parents, without whom this yearbook would not have 
been completed. 

The theme for the 1997-98 Portico is "Carpe Diem". I believe that this theme was chosen not 
only because it is the Bay Path motto, but also because it clearly describes our Bay Path 
community. The faculty, staff, and students, each in their own way, seize every day and seize the 
moments as well. As students, we know that our time at Bay Path is measured so we firmly grasp 
that time and try to use it wisely in order to reach our fullest potential The faculty and staff have 
demonstrated their faith in us and in our abilities. They are always there with a helping hand, if, 
and when, we need it. They, too, make the most of their time in assisting each of us in reaching 
our ultimate goals, and helping to make our dreams a reality 

As you look through, and enjoy your yearbook, I hope you will remember the past year with fond 
memories filled with smiles, rewards of hard work, celebrations, and friendships which will last a 
lifetime. 

In conclusion, I know you will feel the warmth of the Bay Path community in the photographs. 
Remember, behind every photograph there is a unique story, one in which you played a part 



Katherine Hoskins 

Portico F.ditor-in-Chief 



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2mv Family & friends thanks 4 all their luv encour- 
agement & support. W/O it I wouldn't be where 
1 am today. Wow! where has the time gone?Dinner 

conversations, Denny's, Peanut OX, the Navy, 
"Cyrstal single and you?"phone bills, Metro, long 
hrs in the computer lab, tv , rd trips, 12 am talks in 
the hallway & 2 my friends keep in touch. 2 my 
roomie 1 vr to go.GoodLuckll've learned a lot 
from everyl & will cherish all memories. 





Crystal-Jo Arpin 

Plainfield, CT 

Criminal Justice 




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Bessy Bonilla 

Yonkers, \Y 
Criminal Justice/Psychology 



1st I want to thank my parents for all of their 
support. To my best friends Renee and Karen I will 
never forget you guys, you are the best.'Kelly, I am 
so your roommate's last name! 2 all the people that 
have helped me thru the yrs Dean Conrad, Mrs. 
Freed, Ms. Wiezbicki-Stevens, The Smith's, The 
Leary's and President Leary I would've never 
made it w/o your help. BD, MD, BM, NT, Zinger, 
YA, EM, SC, AE you guys are the greatest! All the 
best of luck to 3rd West! 



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Granby, CT 

Business Administration 






Bethanie L. Calvanese 

Springfield; M \ 

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Michelle Jeanine Carey 

Granby, MA 

Business Administration 




Amy Michelle Clark 

Thomaston, CT 
Business Aclniini ■(ration 



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Thanx Mom, Dad, & Kris 4 being there. B & J 
my kitties. Dad the trusty hand truck. BO 
you're the best rmie. Theatre/ Dance 4 yrs. 
Spring Break 97 Florida. The hot tub, Cana- 
dian 6-pack, rd trips- BO, JD, SG- getting lost, 
xmas deco party "the snow", cast parties, the 
gala, SZ 1 more shot? SG I luv ur mom. JD- 
makeup rm. TG-um hi. KE-turtles. JT-queen 
of nails. Kris-the tank! 2 all my friends u know 
who ur...I luv u guys. Good luck. 



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Denise A. Depot 

Chicopee, MA 

Business/Marketing 





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2Family&Friends who have stood In me thru 
good & bad Thank-you&l I oveYou! I ifecari 

only get better from now on! I om-vou ,nv the 
low of mv life. "1 can never have too man) 
children or cats around;" maybe I'll feel dif- 
ferent in 20 vrs. 




Samantha I erber 

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Thanx Mom & Dad 4 evrything w/ all my 
heart! BS-we made it,ur #1, remember re- 
freshments tr nights, Cancun here we come, I 
luvu my 4ever frnd!B&B-thru, blood, sweat & 
tears we graduate, u 2 will always b my frnds, 
thank u can I have another! CC, DT, CL, LB, 
JK, KM, BB-thank u4 ur friendships !Russ-ur 
endless luv&frndship fills my heart w/ hap- 
piness, Ipromise umy luv4ever! 







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Somers, CT 

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Rumford, ME 

Psychology 



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Bree2 Theinert Melissa I'll miss ya all u gals 
made me laugh thanx 4 making my last yr so 
memorable! Keep in touch. Sarah thanx 4 
being the best roomie anyl could ask 4 ur 1 
special friend, relax! Thanx 4 the wonderful 
memories I'm left w/ rock on! Psycho! 1 luv u 
babe! My friends & family @ home thanx I luv 
u all! Mom & Dad thanx 4 the opportunity, 
support $$ & mostly the luv & encourage- 
ment. John I luv u. 




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Jennifer B. Goff 

Madison, ME 

Business Administration 




2 my families-] couldn'l haA e done it w o ur 
luv & support, thanx 2 my frnds ur the best! 
thanx 4 putting up w/ me.remember the 
good times & memories. I aura & Renee-2 
those long nights® the library & legal memos. 
2 Mr.G & comp. i/lub-than\ 1 .ill ur hel] 
support. Justin-what would ['vedonew ou. 
thanx 4 all ur Iu\ . help, cV support.thanx 2 
:DD, LH, JG, AM, IT, RM. \lways foUow ur 
heart! 



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Norwich, \ I 
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Michelle K. Habeeb 

Carver, MA 

Business Administration 




Stephanie Lynn Harju 

Westfield, MA 
Psychology 



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Angela April Hayward 

Agawam, MA 
Psychology 




Thanx2 mv family & Mike, i lu\ u. All m\ 
friends at BPC, JG / SG,VL / EH / JT / T1 l,l»I , \\l 
SG-BB ROCK!! 9/18/96. IT & AM-Where do 
pine nuts come from? II 1 & Bl - 1 si fl.Bollum 
4ever. JG-thanx 4 all UK help. What would I 
dow/ou. Good luck in everything u do. I'll 
get to VT. Than* to mv BPC friends 4 making 
the past 4 yrs great & full oi memories. I'll 
miss u all. 




Laura Heselton 
Saugus, MA 
Legal Studies 



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Yen-Ching Annie Hsu 

Taiwan ROC 

Business 




Sacha K. Krawczyk 

Wilbraham, MA 

Liberal Studies 



Seniors 




Mischa(fluff'n stuff-Pooh)-check out the 
hunny pot-best of frnds-lu v u always, bouncin' 
Tigger! Ed's ur such a pal-bf-thx! 1 more yr 4 
u goodluck w/ Matt! Luv u famly thanx 4 ur 
support & evrything else!Shel it's golden? 
been a fun 4 yrs! Luck 2 u&Dan! words of 
wisdom-"4 every minute ur angry u' ve lost 60 
seconds of happiness" Emerson, b happy & 
positive. things will wrk out. take care, cya! 

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Amy B. Kugler 

Easthampton, MA 

Psychology 





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"May the road rise up to meet you, may the 
wind be always on your back, may the sun 
shine warm upon your face, the ram tall soft 
upon your fields and, until we meel again, 
may God hold you in the palm ol his hand." 




Cheryl Ann Lauben 

\\ esl Simsbury, ( I 

Psychology 



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I can't believe that I finally made it thru this 
yr!2 my parents,who I luv & miss / &friends 
from Japan & Sears thanx 4 sticking by me 
thruout these 4 yrs. I don't think I would've 
made it w/o UR advice, support & patients. 
Jason thank U 4 teaching me how 2 be"street 
smart"&4 not givingup on us when things 
looked grim. I will always luv U no matter 
what the future may hold. 



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Long Island, NY 
Business Administration 




Bree McDermott 
Pittsfield, MA 

Criminal justice/ Psychology 




2 my family, thanx 4 being there 4 me & I wouldn't 
have made it w/o UR luv & support. I luv U.Papa, 
thanx 4 looking over me & making sure that I take 
the right steps, I luv U & miss U. 2 Amy & Jocelyn, I 
luv U & will always be there. 2 my friends @ BPC 
wouldn't have been any fun w/o U. 2 my sidekick 
Bree, thanx 4 being there 4 me thru the good & bad 
limes. Cancun, PS, the apt., &all those phal parties 
there will be big phone bills in the future, see ya 
later! 



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Sara Mimoso 

Springfield, MA 

Business Administration 



Nantucket '97-MUC-thanx 4 all ur luv & sup- 
port. Mandi & AZ-u gals 4ever my best buds! 
BPC b'ball team & coaches-thanx 4 da fun! 
Will-may our lives b watched over bv ur 
mother, I luv u! hoop-it-up, DA Kali's! Zinger- 
u rock! Rika-thanx 4 breakfast! My fave fresh- 
man- M. Palmer & J.Matell! spring break-Cal- 
Brown-thanx 4 all the fin. aid help! W.M.-my 
happiness lies in ur arms. Mom I luv u. 













Kelly E. Mori arty 

I ongmeadow, VIA 

/ iberal Studies English 



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I did it! Marshall luv u forever! It's our time 
now! Dad, Mom, Kat-thanx 4 ur luv & sup- 
port. Luv to Meme, Pepe, & Grandma. . Thanks 
to MO,CL,SH,EW,FH for being my friends 
over the years. Will miss u all. Mike & Chris, 
"auntie" love u both. Mike & Donnie ur my 
big brothers. Luv ya! Thank you Dean Conrad 
for being there for me. Also thanks to Dean 
Schirmer-Smith and Mr. Smith. 





Amy L. Morris 

North Adams, MA 
Business Administration 





Ranee Leigh Morton 
Bristol, NH 
Legal Studies 



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Thanx mom & dad 4 all ur luv & support. 
Ricky ur my fave little brother & best friend. 
B&K I can't ask for better friends. B I will 
always be here 4 u. Sarah u've been my confi- 
dant & best friend thru it all & I don't no 
where I would be w/o u. Joe I never knew I 
could find so much happiness in 1 person. ur 
my heart & soul & I'll luv u 4ever. Ann ur my 
mentor. Linda,my 2nd mom, thanx 4 ur kind- 
ness & luv. I luv u all! 




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Rebecca N. Orr 

Wilbraham, MA 

Liberal Studies 



After 51/2 yrs at 3 colleges, I'm done! Thank 
you Mom, Dad, and Harry for all your love 
and support. Thanks, also, to Trey and Molly, 
Grandma, Grandpa, and Grampy. A.C. is the 
#1 roomie. SZ. is our special senior pal. J.D., 
Mrs. Palm love you! S.G., rock on girlfriend! 
To all my BPC friends, thanks for helping me 
stay at one school long enough to graduate 
(and have fun in the process)! 





To all the people in my life that ottered me 
encouragement and showed me .ill the sup- 
port that I needed over the past four years, I 
thank you all so much. 




Lidia M. PozzutO 
I i >ngmeadov\ . M \ 
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Thanx 2 all of my family&friends who've 
always been there 4me. I couldn't have done 
it \v/o URluv&support. &2myboyfriend who 
always seems to call when I'mdown. & last 
but not least, the Bay Path family who comfort 
& encourage me thru the rough & happy 
times of my college yrs. Good luck to the gang 
of 1998 






Maureen S. Ranger 

Bridgeport, CT 

Psychology /Criminal Justice 




Cynthia Marie Roe 

i nhcld, CT 
Business 



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Late nights, no sleep. It's finally overlRyal & 
Kyle I luv U-we've struggled 4 so long. Never 
thought we'd see this day. Now Mom's 8- 
5. Mom & Dad always there. Thank U so much, 
jenn-my rock,VT, going out & talks. Stress 
city it's 3:30a.m. again! I'll missLHMany sad 
goodbyes. DC in court, CP-Zimas, talks, soon 
it'll be U! TG rides & 9yrs. BC, JG & all. IG & 
CO U've my full attention now. No more 
Papers, except my Degree. Goodbye BPC! 




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Bianca Simao 

Lebanon, CT 
Business 



94-98bball,soccer,hoop-it-up. MG thanx4all, 
New Years, 21stbd,do what makes u happy. 
Zing flyboy, antibiotic, paco,jose. EM, 
gotmilk.SMjose, 1st hoop-it-up. JN- plastic 
couch. BMBD take awalk w/ me. Twins 
hottub,4wheeling..Ma & Gary thanx4 $ & 
support,I'm not done yetlCoach S & Coach D 
thanx 4 believing. BPC goodluck2all"I willnot 
take these things 4 granted" TWS 





Jennifer M.I etreaull 

South ll.uili-v. M \ 

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Big thanx 2 mv family 4 all their support! I luv 
u guys! NT, BB, RM, KM- 2 all our fun times! 
I'm soo your roommates' last name! Lika- 
Thanxgiving, Sara- Capstone chats! U guys r 
er8! I will miss u all! KIT. Nadine- the best 
roommate ever! Try not 2 4get me! Don't miss 
me 2 much! Meow. Steve- thanx 4 being there 
4 me. 1 luv u. 3W u girls rock! That's it. I will 
miss u all terribly! It's been fun. 





Karen L. Tower 

Westfield, MA 
Psychology 




Jennifer Theresa Tyson 

Bossier C ity, LA 
Psychology /Criminal Justice 



Dad & Mom what can I say. Ur luv, & support have 
helped me reach 1 of the gr8est accomplishments in 
my life. Mack, don't drain their pockets. 2 my angels 
ur guidance has taken me a long way Thank U. My 
Theinert women thnx 4 making my last semester go so 
smoothly Miss u all. 



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Mom & Dad, thank u so much 4 the luv, 
support, & confidence. I couldn't have done it 
w/o u. Tim ur the luv of my life, w/our push 
my grades would've never been high. I can't 
wait till May 98'. Bree, Bree , & Jess: the 3 best 
friends a woman could ever have. Dunkin 
Donuts will never go bankrupt w/ us around . 
Looking forward to having you by our side in 
May 98'. 



Roxanne Marie Vigliotta 

Long Island, NY 
Psychology /Criminal Justice 







BPC-Aim great memories- K 1 1 \l,uv l',i-\ mi 
supported me thru it all-I couldn't have made 
it w/o ur luv & support- I (one) ur the besl 
friend & grandmother! could ever have thanx 
4 always hiving &believing in me Grampj - 
I look 2 the stars & I know ur watching, I hope 
I made u proud- Dan than* 4 being my rock 
when I need a willing ear or a shoulder to c rj 
on- Ur my dreams, hopes, & future I luv u!- 
Word! 



Shelby I ee > oung 
I asthampton, \1 \ 
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Mom & Dad thanx 4 evry thing, 4majors, 4yrs! 
Hev Dad how about grad. school? I will never 
4get my 1st buds or my last! A lot can & did 
happen, memories: midnite mission, cornflds, 
Denny's, Italy "lue lue lue", Boston trips,&late 
nite drives & chats!what?JT,KB & Smitty, I 
wish u were here. Bea ur a gr8 rmie, AC, BO, 
KC, DS, JT, KE, KB, JD, TG, SG, thanx 4 a gr8 
senior yr! never say never! 





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Stephanie Anne Zhawred 

Stafford Springs, CT 
Psychology 




Crystal Bose 
Palmer, MA 

Criminal Justice 




Daryll Craven 

Springfield, MA 
Humanities 



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Bree Dihlman 

Florence, MA 
Criminal Justice/Psychology 




Mary Halsey 

Longmeadow, MA 
Psychology 




Margaret Madrid 

Palmer, MA 

Psychology 




Nicole Martel 
( hu opee, M \ 

Criminal Ju 



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Heather Nacca 

South Windsor, CT 
Early Childhood Education 




Francis Nadeau 

Springfield, MA 

Business Administration 





Dolores Plourde 
Manchester, CT 

Early Childhood 



Megan Scozzafava 

Manchester, CT 
Arts and Sciences 



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Christine Stewart 

Springfield, MA 

Liberal Arts 



Erin Tymeson 

Westfield, MA 
Early Childhood Education 



Duke Barrios 

Hartford, CT 

Business Administration 

Diana Crescitelli 
Vernon, CT 

Business Administration 

Areti Emond 

Longmeadow, MA 
Early Childhood Education 

Kristy Fitzgerald 

Agawam, MA 
Liberal Arts 

Donna Keough 

Monson, MA 
Legal Studies 

Tara Lennox 

Windsor, CT 

Criminal Justice 

Susan Marsh 

East Longmeadow, MA 
Er7/7t/ Childhood Education 



Marie Nahajlo 

Chicopee, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Nicole Navaroli 

Enfield, CT 
Liberal Arts 

Marteen Pitkat 

Stafford, CT 
Criminal Justu e 

Cynthia Raimo 

Windsor, CT 

Accounting 

Mandi Ruggiero 

Enfield, CT 

Business Administration 

Amy Schaefer 

Enfield, CT 

Earhi Childhood Education 

Cheryl Scheehser 
Springfield, VIA 

Early Childhood Education 



Diana Thibodeau 
Enfield, CT 
Psyi hology 

April Thomas 

Springfield, MA 

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Lu/ Zea 

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Rosemarie Zello 

Somers, ( I 

Business Administration 



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Emi Akiyama 

Kanagawa, Japan 

Travel & Hospitality 





Lrica Biggar 
Reading, .MA 

Occupational Iherapy Assistant 




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Patty Barresi 

Windsor, CT 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 



TJ. I love you very much. Thank you all for 
your love and support. Everyday I thank God 
for the wonderful gift of you. Love /your wife 
and baby. 





"Cherish moments while u still have them, b4 
thevrgone,&u will realize how pre< iousthey 
really r." Papa, Mama, Eduardo, II gra< ias 
por todo, sobretodo la oportunidad Mail, 
Dona, Chel thanx 4 always bing there. Raquel 
I'll miss u. Keebs don't change, fenny, 
dunkin'd, Yds what will I do w/o u? 
Columbiana loco no te pierdas. ^my-best 
nghbor, hockey. Li thanx u2 Ms. P. 




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What a wonderful 2 yrs it has been! Mom, 
thank n 4 all vour luv + support- 1 luv u!! To 
my wonderful grandparents, thanx 4 
ever thing! Luv U! Tasha, you have made these 
past two years a blast!! Naughty sisters 4- 
ever! Keynotes, Chorale and Theater - thanx 
for the great experiences and good times! Last 
but definitely not least, 2 Ian thank U 4 mak- 
ing this year one of thebest!! XOXO... C-ya! 




Kelly A. Chapman 

Westfield, MA 
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Manchester, CT 

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Mom and Phil thanks for everything. My 
dreams were made possible because of you. 
Sou and Jessie, you two were the best roomies! 
We've had some crazy adventures and con- 
versations! All my Bay Path girls: You've 
made these two years here great. Tomy Ct 
friends- love you! My Baby, our feelings for 
each other made this situation possible. My 
family-I love you! God bless you all.. 




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Suzanne Dormsjo 

Sturbridge, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 







This has been a wonderful two years and I 
thank my famih for making it possible, ["heir 
support has been greatly appre< iated. Isl 1 asl 
has been fun. Twist) bread parties, the trip to 
New York, friends, and all the memories. My 
years as RA was certainly an experiem 
best has yet to come girls! Thanks to Vlisha 
always being there and to feu) for every- 
thing. Here's to 2 more \ ears. 




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Palmer, M \ 

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Anna Francis 

Monson, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 




Mariko J ukuoka 

Yokohama, japan 
Travel and Hospitality 



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Amy J. Gallastegui 

New Britain, CT 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 



Thank U Mom & Dad for all your inspiration 
& assistance; I love you! Jose: Without you 1 
could not have accomplished this, I missed 
you dearly!! Angelina, thank you for being so 
patient w/ mommy, you are my heart! 
LLLinda- We made it!! Erin, Surfer Boy 1 or 2 
?? I will miss you all!! Sincerely, Ahmee 
Gluestick!! 





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all the love & encouragement and remember 
even though we're miles apart, you're always 
close to my heart. To Rob- i ou are the most 
understanding person I have ever met. You 
mean so much to me >in^ I love you with all 
my heart. Oh, what are you doing in between 
now and forever? 




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Kanagawa, Japan 

Arts & Sciences 




Rieko Kajihara 

Osaka, japan 

Business Administration 



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Kawasaki, Japan 
Travel and Hospitality 




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Saitama, Japan 
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all for being there when I couldn't take any- 
more and wanted to quit. I want my son to 
know that I love him and he showed me that 
you can still go to school and keep your 
sanity. I love you all HA & JY keep in touch. 




Kathryn E. Kennedy 

Springfield, MA 
Psychology 




Melissa Knorr 

Thomaston, CT 
Psychology/ Early Childhood 



Mom, Dad and Aimee THANK YOU SO 
MUCH FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE FOR 
ME!!! I love you! Amanda- thank you for 
putting up with me. Best Friends Forever- 
J.B., J.M., A.G., T. O., Never forget the Well, 
Sidebar, Sophia's, WNEC boys, Springfield 
boys, West Point, 60's diner, Rol's Roy and 
late night drives to just chat- A.G. 



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Hyogo, Japan 

Early Childhood Education 




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Sendai, Japan 

Business Administration 




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Greenwic h, NY 

Travel and Hospitality 



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Yumiko Okuyama 

Sendai, Japan 
Travel and Hospitality 




Mom, Dad, Brittany, Preston, Nana, I'ol 
Bumpa and David; vmi all mean so much to 
me, thank you all for your love and support. 
I have learned that with ,i loving family stand- 
ing by your side, you can make it through any 
obstacle that lite may bring. I love you all 
so much! 




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Westfield, MA 

Business Administration 




Sri Pangestuti 

Jakarta, Indonesia 

hit -mess Administration 




Papa, Mama, Kiki, Ira, Octo, Vendy. Thank u 
very much 4 ur luv & the wonderful opportu- 
nity all of u have given 2 me. I luv u all. I'm 
gr8ful 2 b able 2 study @BPC & experience 
wonderful things. 4 the President, Deans, Fac- 
ulty & all of my friends thank u 4 ur continu- 
ous support. Dewi 4-ever Friends & best 
wishes 4 u. Vendy, u r very special 2 me. 
Thank u 4 the roses. I luv u w/ my heart. 



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Denise Panico 

Wallingford, CT 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 



Mom thanx 4 all u have done & done w/0 4 all 
of us, I luv u. Pop & Gram thanx 4 everything, 
especially ur luv. 2 my brother & sister, I 
couldn't have wished 4 a better family. Stacy, 
we will never b apart, I luv u. Aunt, thanx 4 all 
ur luv & support. 2 all my friends, "I am part 
of all that I have met." I couldn't have done 
this w/o the support of my family & friends, 
I luv u all. Caroline, ur the best. 







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Methuen, MA 
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Mane hester, NIH 

Early Childhood Education 




Mom, Dad, Kristin, & Jason, thank u 4 all ur 
support in these 2 yrs of emotion & frustra- 
tion. 1 luvu. 2 my true friends at home and my 
new friends at BPC. Bollum 1st we had some 
awesome times. Shanna Banana best roomies 
in Bollum 211, 1 will never 4get you. Amanda 
thanx 4 everything. Megan my favorite little 
girlthanx4allthegiggles.Ericmysnugglebug, 
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Tokyo, Japan 

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East Otis, MA 
Travel and Hospitality 




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Enfield, CT 

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Ma, w/o ur guidance, faith, support, Psalms 
91 & Humor I wouldn't b the person I'm 2day- 
We earned this degree 2gether-u, me &Mikey- 
thx&luv! Grandma&pa-u taught me what 
faith, luv & devotion really mean & should 
mean- 1 admire u 4 what ur about, & stand 4. 
I pray I achieve 1/2 of what u did in ur 
lifetime. Mas-ur my angel. Thx BPC. 




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port emotionally and $! Love you, "A" 




Adrienne J. Smith 

West Springfield, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 







2 mv family: Mom & Dad: I apprec iate all ur 
support, thank u 4 all the luv uv giver over 
the yrs; Bunch: fchanx 4 all the good la 
Marc: thanx for being supportive Forallmy 
friends & family who have stuck by me 
through everything, thank you. 



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Chiba, Japan 
Early Childhood Education 




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Bernardston, MA 

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Well this is NOT the last of me! Persia-Stop 
talking 2 so many men!! Life has been easy w/ 
u 2 talk it through w/! Missy-so many men so 
little time! I'm glad I got 2 no u better, we r just 
FUN! Tricia-We will find the answers 2 the 
world talking half asleep at night!! Porno 
night Nadja- WoW slow down w/ ur busy life 
+ Dance! Jamie + Melissa we need 2 hang out 
more often, not on the soccer field! Kiernan-U 
are Cut off! well to the rest, keep on dancing 
I know 1 will. 





Thank U God. Ma, Rog & Greg, I did it! But 
not w/o u. Thank u 4 luving me. Dad, this l's 
4 u. Kit, PJ, Sandy, James & boyz- #1 family & 
Lynne, Jonny & June- miss u much, aunt 
Mart, Buddy & Cynthia thanx 4 bing there. 
Flavor- Dre, Rob/ LP & Big Daddy - luv u 
guys. Special thank u Wardo. Jose, Sweet P, 
Shannon, Joan, Rob H & Randy- thank u . 
Vyvien Leigh, Mommy O luvs u. 



Vivian Walker 

Springfield, MA 
Paralegal 






I wish 2 th.mk CeCe who started the ball 
rolling & Dr. Johnson & Mr. B \ keeping meori 
track. Faculty who have inspired me 2 do my 
best: especially Ms. Semprebon, Mrs. Fox, Mr. 
Norton, Dr. Cheryl I ear) . Dr. Winters-Smith 
and Mrs. Freed to name a few. 2 my famil) & 
friends for putting up w my insanity & 2 all 
my animals who wort- so patient. Til \\k^ 
FROM THE BOTTOM OF \h 111 \RT. 




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Springfield, M \ 
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Springfield, MA 
Liberal Arts 




Debbie Zuron-Gorham 
Deerfield, MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 



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the most important & supportive men in my 
life. Thanx 2 my parents & Nanny 4 ur encour- 
agement & help I couldn't have succeeded w/ 
o u! 2 my nieces & nephews; Heather, Keith, 
Scott & Amber. 2 Irene Herdon,OTR/L; Doris, 
Angie, Tanya, Doreen. 2 my new found 
friends: Sue, Shannon, Maria, Barb, Rae. We're 
going 2 make great COTAs! 



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Dawn Alexander 

Southampton, MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 




Melissa Baj 

Lonjimucuiow, MA 
Liberal Arts 




Kiernan Cone 

Haydenville, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 




Donna-Rae ( ontrada 

Wes1 Springfield, M \ 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 



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Jodi DeForge 

Monson, MA 

Liberal Arts 






Christin Deremian 

West Brookfield, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Michelle Fleury 

South Hadley,MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 




Susan Goodwin 

Springfield, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 



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Debra Kellner 
Ellington, CT 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 




Sandra McCarroll 

Longmeadow, MA 

( )( i upational Therapy . \ssistani 




Lorraine Mcintosh 

Simsbury, CT 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 




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Karen Pollack 

Winsted, CT 

Accounting 




Linda Prella 

West Springfield, MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 




Crystal Utz 

N. Grosvcnordale, CT 
Liberal Arts 



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Springfield, MA 

Liberal Arts 






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Michelle Beucler 

Beverly, MA 

Business Administration 

Barbara Bligh 

West Springfield, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Jennifer Bliss 

Fiskdale, MA 

Early Childhood Education 

Sara Capalbo 

Chicopee, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Suzanne Crocker 

Maynard, MA 
Accounting 
Robin Desrosiers 

Hampden, MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Shannon Foley 

Chicopee, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 



Nicole Fowler 

South Weymouth, MA 
Business Administration 
Frances Godek 

West Springfield, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Amanda Gosselin 

Winsted, CT 
Accounting 

Megan Grady 

Springfield, MA 

Travel & Hospitality 

Sharon Grady 

Monson, MA 
Business Administration 

Kristina Hackstock 

West Springfield, MA 
Accounting 

Ikuko Hagimori 

Narita-shi Chiba-ken, Japan 
Business Administration 



Kimberly Hanson 

Manchester, CT 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Kristyl Hermosillo 

Pownall, VT 
Accounting 

Jo-Ann Holmes 

Glastonbury, CT 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Petrina Johnson 

Lynn, MA 

Business Administration 

Priscilla Landry 

West Springfield, MA 

Occupational Therapy 

Jennifer Malloy 

Chicopee, MA 
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Jamie M arte 11 

New I lawn, \ I 

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Tricia Martin 

Springfield, MA 
Criminal Justice 

Jaime Miller 

Somers, CT 
Business Administration 

Melissa Morrissette 

Belchertown, MA 
Liberal Arts 

Charlene Moylan 

West Springfield, MA 
Liberal Arts 



Karen Palmer 

East Longmeadow, MA 
Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Kimberly Pilon 

Agawam, MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 

Susan Rainier 

Longmeadow, MA 

Accounting 

Catherine Rivera 

West Springfield, M \ 

Occupational Therapy \ssistant 



Andrea Scytkowski 

Belchertown, MA 

Criminal Justu e 

Rhonda Setkewich 

Springfield, M \ 
Early Childhood I ducation 

Marie Snelling 

South Ro) alton, \ I 
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I li/abeth Man Sw an son 

Souths i( L M \ 

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Amy Neumann 

Indian Orchard, MA 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 



Susan Sabo 
I [ampden, M \ 

Occupational Therapy Assistant 



Michelle I huiston 
( hit opee, M \ 
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Astrid Otavo 

Greenwhich, CT 
Travel & Hospitality 



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Chicopee, M \ 

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Kowloon, 1 lor 
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Dean of Enrollment Services 
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Dr. Shirley Johnson 

Academic Dean 




Paula DesRoberts 

Dean of Advancement 



Rachel St. Onge-Boisseau 

Chief Financial Officer/ 
Treasurer 



Faculty, Staff & Administration 



Marcia Conrad 

Dean of Students 




Barbara Campanella 

Dean of Institutional 
Marketing & Communication 






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Dr. Margaret Leahey 

Assoc. Academic Dean; Director of Liberal 
Studies, Director of Bay Patli Scholars 




Attorney Joan Spadoni 

Professor; Director, Legal Studies 




Estelle Leavitt 

Assistant Professor; 
Director, Education 




Dr. Joan Inzinga 

Assoc. Prof.; Director, Business/ 
Senior Capstone Seminar 




Dr. Carol Winters-Smith 

Assistant Prof.; Dim tor, Psyi h 1/1 | ;" 
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Dr. Victor Milani 

Professor, Director, Criminal 
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Claire Barber Charles Bertolino 

Assocwfe Professor Registrar 

Applied Business & Spanish 



Alexandra Burns Atty. Ann Dobmeyer Janet Fox 

Assistant Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor 

Interior Design/Art Legal Studies English 




Virginia Freed 

Director Academic Devel Center 
Assistant Professor English 



Gerald Kane Patricia Kmon Teresa Kozloski 

Instructor Assistant Professor Business/ Associate Professor 

English Fashion /Career Workshop Business/Computers 



Dr. Cheryl Leary 

Assistant Professor 
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Associate Professor 
Theatre/ Humanities 



Andrea Russo 

Associate Professor 
Business/Travel 



Gina Semprebon Brenda Smaga Dr. Robert Weir 

Assistant Professor Asst. Prof. Occupational Assistant Professor History 

Science/Mathematics Therapy Fieldwork Coordinator Sociology, Arts & Science 




Tina Stevens 

Instructor 
Psychology 



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Margaret Anderson 

Director 
Health Services 



Phyllis Brand 

Financial Aid 
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Caroline Brown 

Assistant Director of 
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Janice Calcidise 

Admissions Office 
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Director of 
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Computer Coordinator 

Admissions 



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( oordinator of 

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Barbara Dunn 

Director of 
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Delores Ennis 

President's 
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Robert Frederick Jr. 

Assistant Director of 

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Admissions Marketing Assistant to the Dean of 
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Jacqueline Johnson 

Lead Teacher Preschool 



Carol Jones 

Preschool Director 



John Lamb din Patricia McMonagle Massirnina Megliola 

Assistant Dean Enrollment, Director of Purchasing Director 

Inst. Psychology Development 




Jane Moriarty Maureen Naglieri 

Receptionist Plant Operations 

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Assistant Director 
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Admissions Counselor 



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Assistant Director of 
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Adminstrative Assistant 
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Athletic Director 





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Supervisor Maintenance/ Assistant to the Director 
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Assistant Director of 
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Senior Advancment 
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Administrative Assistant 
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Barbara Young 

Bookstore Manager 



Business Office 

Carey Mount, Karen Mihalchick, Kimberly 
Hartmann, Linda Bellame, Mary Dolce 




Maintenance 

Slaiulini;: Daniel Brodeur. Brian Metras 
Sitting: Robert Hallihan. Joseph Cembura, 
Neil Magill In Absentia: Neil Pocia, Ronald 
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Standing: Shirley Cross, Mattie 
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Library 

Standing: Maureen Horak, Marlene Economu, Rebecca Durant 
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Mr. John Ambenge 

Ms. Regina Bensch-Coe 

Mrs. Kristina Bendikas 

Dr. Berneard Bettinelli 

Dr. Gloria Emma Black 

Ms. Catherine Marchiset Bloom 

Mr. Mitchell Charkiewicz 

Ms. Liana Ciaglo 

Mr. Terrance Coune 

Dr. Maureen Egan 

Mr. Nicholas Fiorentina 

Ms. Brenda Garton-Sjoberg 

Mr. Robert Graham 

Ms. Marsha Garbisch Harbison 



Ms. Lynn Hauser 
Mr. Thomas Hurst 



Mr. Robert Keough 

Mr. John Kirchof 

Ms. Linda Knaack 

Dr. John Lambdin 

Mr. Christoper Leary 

Dr. Richard Longo 

Ms. Dyanne Masica-Hanelius 

Senator Linda Melconian 

Dr. Susan McCarthy- Miller 

Ms. Joan Mikalson 

Mr. Charles Page 

Ms. Terese Poisson 



Ms. Renee Provost-Clausing 

Ms. Susan Roberts 

Mrs. Judith Robinson 

Mr. John Rossini 

Ms. Linda Smith 

Ms. Tina Stevens 

Mr. Stephen Sugermeyer 

Atty. Cynthia Tumbull 

Ms. Eileen Welch 

Mr. James Wilkinson 

Atty. H. Gregory Williams 

Mr. James Williamson 

Ms. lima Zingarelli 

Dr. Charles Zanor 



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Law Club 

Ann Dobmeyer, Beatrice 

Piccolo, Kristen Castner. 

Sitting: Sarah Grabiec, Jennifer Gray, 

Laura Heselton. 



Presidential Ambassadors 

Standing: Sharon DeCesare, Beatrice Piccolo, 

Kelly Emerson, President Carol Leary, 

Kimberly Stanton, Renee Morton, Denise 

Depot. Sitting: Aimee Bissonnette, Jessica 

Montemagni, Karen Tower, Kristen Castner. 



Student Ambassadors 

Third Row: Kate Marcinkowski, Sri 

Pangestuti, Kimberly Stanton, Karen Tower, 

Maureen Delutrie, Mie Ogawa, Anni Hsu, 

Yasmine Antoine. Second Row: Kelly 

Emerson, Shannon Cooley, Sharon DeCesare, 

Jessica Montemagni, Bessy Bonilla, 

Angelique Ouellette. First Row: Jennifer 

Gray, Courtney Whalen, Denise Depot, 

Amy Erickson. 



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Athletic Council 

Standing: Sara Saloomey, Kristy LaClair, 
Mr. Steve Smith, Rebecca Stebbins, Star 
Saloomey. Sitting: Courtney Whalen, Denise 
Depot, Jessica Montemagni, Shannon Cooley. 



Maroon Key 

Third Row: IVbra /uron-( lorham, Kristen 
Castner, Beatrice Piccolo, s n Pangestuti, 
Roxanne Vigliotta, Kelly Moriarcj 
Jeannemarie Tobin, Aimee Bissonnette, 
Maureen DeLutrie. Second Row: Tracy 
Pannier, Amv ( lallastcgui, I )enise I )epot, 
[ennifer Gray, Laura I leselton, Melissa 
Whito, Maria Sa\ in, Barbara Bligli I irst Row: 
['attv Barrosi, I )a\\ n Uexander, Suzanne 
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COmputer Club 

Standing: Dr foan [nzinga,Sri Pangestuti, 
Susandra Pasaribu, Denise Depol Mr [im 
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Student Government 

Standing: katherine Hoskins, Sri Paniiestuti, 

Rebecca Stebbins. Shannon Coolev, Jennifer 

Gray Kristy LaClair, Kerry Reenan, Maureen 

Del utrie, karen Yitrliano, Christin Deremian, 

Dean Sara Schirmer-Smith. Sitting: Arin 

Lankan. Melissa White, Courtney Whalen, 

Denise Depot, Sharon DeCesare, 

Amy Erickson. 



Student Government Officers 

Treasurer & Secretary: Courtney Whalen, 

President: Denise Depot, Vice President: 

Sharon DeCesare. 



Early Childhood Education Club 

Erica Wall, Kimberly Stanton, Maureen 
DeLutrie, Kerry Keenan. 



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Phi Beta Lambda 

Standing: Kristine Ford, Mrs. Claire Barber. 
Sitting: Rebecca Stebbins, Jennifer Plyler, 
Leslie Juntunen. 



IB SADD 

Standing: Amv Niedzw iedz, I in.i 
Balch-Swezey, Kimberly Stanton, [ennifer 
Brewster, Karen Vigliano. Sitting: \licia 
Marchetti, Kathleen Waseleski, Aim Stanton 

Colleen Rowzee. 



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Bay Path Keynotes 

Standing: Kelly Moriarty, Lisa Reyeruzzi. 

Sitting: Peborah Wallace, Kiernan Cone, 

Amy Bissonnette 



Bay Path Chorale 

Standing: Kelly Moriarty, Lisa Reveruzzi, 

Leslie Junrunen, Rebecca Orr, Amy Clark. 

Sitting: Peborah Wallace, Kiernan Cone, 

Amy Bissonnette, Yasmine Antoine 



Peer Advisors 

Rebecca Stewart, Nicole Martel, 
Bessy Bonilla 



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Freshman Class Committee 

Karen Vigliano, Bridget McMahon, Kathleen 
Waseleski, Advisor: Mrs. Virginia Freed, 
Courtney Greening 



Sophomore Class Committee 

Standing: Amanda Gossolin, I 1 k.i Dvali, 
Melissa Knorr. Sitting: KarenPollack 
Advisor: Ms. Gina Semprebon, C hristin 
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Standing: Stephanie Zhawred, lennifei 
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Standing: Helen An. Courtney Greening, 

Mie Ogawa. Sitting: Sarah Cood, Annie 
Hsu, Rebeeca Stebbins. 



Women of Culture 

Standing: Susandra Pasaribu, Mariel Carlo, 
"i ukiko Takano, Yuri Tanaka, Sri Pangestuti, 
Advisors: Dr. Cheryl Leary and Mr. Christo- 
pher Lean', Edith Misomali, Atsuko Narita, 
Risdewi Sutrisno, Mika Nihei, Novy 
Sudradjat. Sitting: Lika Dvali, Annie Hsu, 
Mie Ogawa, Kumiko Kakinuma. 



Bay Path Dance Company 

Standing: Mika Nihei, Hanae Honda, Julie 

Tomasetti, Ruby Archer, Maribeth Wansick, 

Aimee Bissonnette, Angela Calabrese. 

Sitting: Yuri Tanaka, Amy Clark, 

Mariu Chacin. 



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Theatre Workshop 

Standing: Miki Ino, Noriko Hashimoto, 
jetaun Dewey, Fran Hutchinson. Sitting: 
Courtney Greening, Mika Nihei, Atsuko 
Narita, Yuri Mihashi, Kelly Moriarty, 
Amanda Toner, Theresa Mitchell. 



RAs & RDs From Wright Hall 

Standing: Katherine Hoskins, Sharon 
DeCesare, Kristy LaClair, Amy Erickson. 
Daynese Ford, Yasmine Antoine. Sitting: 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wrieht. 



RAs & RDs From Boll urn Hall 
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Standing: Advisor: Professor |ohn Lambdin, 

Michelle Beucler, Karen Pollack. Kelly 

Emerson. Advisor: Professor Gina 

Semprebon. Sitting: Leslie luntunen, Noriko 

Hashimoto, \adja Adrasev, Kristen Cashier, 

Sri Pangestuti, Risdewi Sutrisno. 



Golden Z 

Standing: Tammy Kelsey, Anne Pagacz, 

Risdewi Sutrisno, Courtney Greening, 

Maryanne Fortier, Sri Pangestuti, Heidi 

Ziobro, Diane Kabaniuk, Advisor: Dean 

Schirmer-Smith. Sitting: Amanda Gosselin, 

Karen Vigliano, Nikki Fowler, Lika Dvali, 

Melissa Knorr, Joanne Tan, Cheryl Lauben, 

Liz Cyrankowksi. 




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1997 Wildcats Have 
Winning Season 

The Wildcats Softball team made his- 
tory for the Bay Path College Athletic 
Program, marking the first winning 
season in their sports program since 
it's reintroduction in 1992. The sea- 
son ended with a 6-3 record. 
The Bay Path College Wildcats were 
coached by Head Coach Steve Smith 
and Assistant Coach Todd Ditmar. 
The Wildcats were led by Tri-cap- 
tains; seniors Shawna Magnant and 
Carrie Schlosser and sophomore 
Kristy LaClair. 

On April 5 & 6 Bay Path College held 
it's first annual Bay Path College In- 
vitational Softball Tournament. The 
Wildcats won the Championship, 
defeating Holyoke Community Col- 
lege twice and Mt. Ida College. 
Other highlights of the season include 
Shawna Magnant, a 4 year captain 
who finished her collegiate career as 
the all-time leader in games played, 
at-bats, hits, runs, home runs and 
many other offensive categories. And 
Kristy "Zinger" LaClair who led an 
offensive surge this year, when she- 
hit .538 and drove in 22 runs and 
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Front row: Carrie Schlosser, Kristy LaClair, Shawna Magnant Second row: Heather Sztelig 
Tricia Shepard, Janet Huertas, Jamie Martell Third row: Allison Cairns, Melissa Palmer, Sa 
Mimoso, Erica Monroe, Shannon Cooley, Becky Tatro Fourth row: Assistant Coach Todd 
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)llt row: Melissa Palmer, Heather Szteliga, Jamie Martell. Regina \llivJ ( ,mn\ W.iKI, I!, ill 
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; \ Nulty, Christina Weber Third row: Bree Dihlman, Tracy Glover, Kristy I aClair, [essica 

I mtemagni, Crystal Pare Fourth row: Coach Todd Ditmar, Assistant Coa< h ( arrie 

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I lleWildi tit's |'i" _ S, i,,ri I eam ended 

with a 5-9-1 record, marking its Lx'sl 
season mT I he team can thank it's 
success to returning coach Todd 
Ditmar, newcomer Carrie Schlosser 
and to then dedication and drive to 

win. I his war's team was led bj I 

. aptains; juniors. Kristj I a( lair and 
si< a Montemagni, and seniors Bree 
\K I Vrmotl and Bree I )ihlman. 
I his \ car the \\ ildi .its partii ipated in 
the firsl annual North Atlanta 
Women's ( ontereru e in Boston, M \ 
Also partu ipating in the toumej were 
teams from I esley( ollege,l a sell ( ol 

lege, and Maine Maritime Aiadeim 
Ih. Baj Path women rei ei\ ed second 

e, defeating I eslej ( ollege 2-0 in 
the tirst game, and losing 0-3 in the 
c hampionshipgametoLasellC ollege. 
[essica Montemagi Mel termott, 

and ( rystal Pare were named to the all 
tournament team 

I a< h year two players are chosen for 
the Bay Path ( oll( r Award. 

The award recognizes dedication, 
leadership, and other contributions to 

the team which exemplify the goals, 
and spirit of Bay Path College. This 
year's recipients were le- 
Montemagni and Jamie Martell. 

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The 1997-1998 Basketball Season was 
very successful, with 5 returning mem- 
bers and 6 new players. The team fin- 
ished with a 12-10 record, the first 
winning season for Wildcat Basket- 
ball, and the most wins in a season for 
any sport at Bay Path. The Wildcats 
were led by Tri-captains; seniors Bianca 
Simao and Sara Mimoso and junior 
Kristy LaClair. 

The Wildcats participated in two tour- 
naments this year. The first tourna- 
ment was held at Lasell College repre- 
senting teams from the North Atlantic 
Women's < onference. Bay Path won 
the tournament defeating Wheelocl 
College and Lasell ( ollegc 
Melissa Palmer was the leading scorer. 
Sara Palanjian led theteam in rebounds. 



Front row: Kristy LaClair, Sara Mimso Second row: Bianca Simoa, Jamie Martell, 
Melissa Palmer, Lena Campbell Third row: Assistant Coach Todd Ditmar, Wendy 
Masiuk, Sarah Palanjian, Amy O'Brien, Kristen Gondek, Coach Steven J. Smith, \ 
Erika Monror Missing: Bessy Bonilla 



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Ba) Path( ollegeheld 
it's Women & c lirl's 

Spoils D.iv oil Sep 

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paling in many sports 
activities including; 
volleyball, bo» < e, bas- 
ketball, golf, aerobics, 
and softball. I 
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Dorothy Brock Rebecca Orr 

Peggy Sawyer Aimee Bissonnette 

Maggie Jones Rebecca Stewart 

Ann Reilly Amy Clark 

Phyllis Dale Tracy Glover 

Lorraine Fleming Susan Choronzy 

Gladys Yuri Tanaka 

Diane Lorimer Stephanie Zhawred 

Ethel Mariu Chacin 

Julian Marsh Mike Dunlap 

Bert Barry Dan Derby 

Billy Lawlor David Potter 

Andy Lee John Woytowicz 

Cookie Maria Savio 

Mac Ramon Gonzalez 

Pat Denning Walt Komorowski 

Abner Dillon James Wolf 

Male Chorus Female Chorus 

Derrick Bates (Dancer) Kiernan Cone 

Peter Delia-Luna Denise Depot 

Dan Derby Lika Dvali 

Ramon Gonzalez Sarah Good 

Pat Magowan Jessica Osowski 

John Woytowicz Susandra Pasaribu 

Donna Siegert 

Dancers 

Mariu Chacin 

Susan Choronzy 

Amy Clark 

Tracy Glover 

Tara Illingsworth-Roche 

Mayumi Suzuki 

Yuri Tanaka 

Stephanie Zhawred 





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THE THEATRE ARTS DEPARTMENT 

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Book by NEIL SIMON 

Music by CY COLEMAN 

Lyrics by DOROTHY FIELDS 

Based on an original screenplay 

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PRODUCED, DIRECTED AND DESIGNED BY 
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Music Director 
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PERSONAL HIGHLIGHTS 



This page is set aside for your special memories of 1998. In the years to 
come, you will be able to look back on some of the most precious memo- 
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Nickname 



Favorite Saying 
Roommate 



Friends 



Special Someone 

Weakness 

Pet Peeve 



Most Interesting Situation 



Clubs & Activities 
Graduation Day 

Achievements 

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THE AWAKENING 

by 
Christopher J. Leary 

Awake, O Bay Path, from your slumber. 

Rise up and seize the day! 

Candles give way to sunlight; 

We seek knowledge to light our way 

Sing out, O Bay Path, sing out loud; 
Welcome, with us, this chilly morn. 
Shrug off Summer's restful shroud; 
For with knowledge, we are reborn. 

We shall never let this moment pass 

Without greeting the morning light. 

Carpe diem is our anthem! 

Knowledge is our might! 



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INDEX 



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Emi Akiyama 34 
Dawn Alexander 55 
Crystal-Jo Arpin 10 
Melissa Baj 55 
Patricia Barresi 35 
Dulce Barrios 3 1 
Michelle Beucler 59 
Enca Biggar 34 
Barbara Bligh 59 
Jennifer Bliss 59 
Bessy Bonilla 10 
Crystal Bose 28 
Bonnie Jeanne Butch 1 1 
Bethanie Calvanese 1 1 
Sara Capalbo 59 
Michelle Carey 12 
Mariu Chacin 35 
Kelly A. Chapman 36 
Amy Michelle Clark 12 
Kiernan Cone 55 
Donna-Rae Contrada 55 
Daryll Craven 28 
Diana Crescitelli 3 1 
Suzanne Crocker 59 
Jodi DeForge 56 
Denise A. Depot 13 
Chnstin Deremian 56 
Robin Desrosiers 59 
Bree Dihlmann 29 
Suzanne Dormsjo 37 
Arcti Emond 3 1 
Amy L. Erickson 37 
Samantha Ferber 13 
Kristy Fitzgerald 31 
Michclc Flcury 56 
Nicole Fowler 59 
Shannon Fowler 59 
Anna Francis 38 
Mariko Fukuoka 38 
Arm J Gallastegui 39 
Mandi Gcngenbach 14 



Tracy Glover 14 
Frances Godek 59 
Jennifer Goff 15 
Susan Goodwin 56 
Amanda Gosselin 59 
Megan Grady 59 
Sharon Grady 59 
Elizabeth Gray 39 
Jennifer K. Gray 15 
Michelle K. Habeeb 16 
Kristina Hackstock 59 
Doiko Hagimori 59 
Mary Halsey 29 
Kimberly Hanson 59 
Stephanie Harju 16 
Angela Hayward 17 
Kristy 1 Hermosillo 59 
Laura Heselton 17 
Jo- Ann Holmes 59 
Yen-Ching Hsu 18 
Miki Ino 40 
Petri na Johnson 59 
Rieko Kajihara 40 
Chie Kakehashi 41 
Kumiko Kakinuma 41 
Debra Kellner 57 
Kathryn E. Kennedy 42 
Donna Keough 3 1 
Melissa Knorr 42 
Sacha K. Krawczyk 18 
Amy B. Kugler 19 
Priscilla Landry 59 
Cheryl Ann Lauben 19 
Tara Lennox 3 1 
Betty Lutchmaya 20 
Margaret Madrid 29 
Jennifer Malloy 59 
Susan Marsh 3 1 
Nicole Martel 29 
Jamie Martell 59 
Tricia Martin 59 



Mutsumi Matsuda 43 
Sandra McCarroll 57 
Bree McDermott 20 
Lorraine Mcintosh 57 
Jaime Miller 59 
SaraMimoso 21 
Kelly E.Moriarty 21 
Amy L. Morris 22 
Melissa Morrissette 59 
Renee Leigh Morton 22 
Charlene Moylan 59 
Heather Nacca 30 
Frances Nadeau 30 
Marie Nahajlo 3 1 
Atsuko Narita 43 
Nicole Navaroli 3 1 
Amy Neumann 59 
Mika Nihei 44 
Jill Nulty 45 
Yumiko Okuyama 45 
Tressa Sue Oliver 45 
Rebecca N. Or 23 
Jessica Osowski 46 
Astrid Otavo 59 
Rebecca Page 57 
Karen Palmer 59 
Sri Pangestuti 46 
Denise Panico 47 
Kimberly Pilon 59 
Marteen Pitkat 3 1 
Dolores Plourde 30 
Karen Pollack 58 
Lidia M. Pozzuto 23 
Linda Prella 58 
Susan Raimer 59 
Cynthia Raimo 3 1 
Maureen Ranger 24 
Erica Reed 47 
Catherine Rivera 59 
Cynthia Roe 24 
Amanda Rotondo 48 



Colleen Rowzee 48 
Mandi Ruggiero 3 1 
Susan Sabo 59 
Yukiko Sakimoto 49 
Sara K. Saloomey 50 
Star Saloomey 50 
Laurene Sapienza 59 
Maria Savio 50 
Amy Schaefer 3 1 
Cheryl Scheehser 3 1 
Megan Scozzafava 30 
Andrea Scytkowski 59 
Rhonda Setkewich 59 
Bianca Simao 25 
Adrienne J. Smith 5 1 
Marie Snelling 59 
Christine Stewart 3 1 
Erin Sullivan 51 
Mayumi Suzuki 52 
Elizabeth M. Swanson 59 
Heather Szteliga 52 
Jennifer M. Tetreault 25 
Diana Thibodeau 3 1 
April Thomas 3 1 
Michelle Thurston 59 
Erin Tymeson 3 1 
Jennifer Tyson 26 
Crystal Utz 58 
Leah Varnadore 58 
Roxanne Vigliotta 27 
Vivian Walker 53 
Alicia Wei 59 
Gail Wilkinson 53 
Joan Young 27 
Shelby Young 27 
Luz Zea 3 1 
Rosemarie Zello 3 1 
Stephanie Zhawred 28 
Debra Zuron-Gorham 24 



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